Updated News Digest December 7, 2008 2

Quotes of the week:

“”If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

-Thomas Jefferson

“Is the State a criminal band writ large, or not? If so, well, let’s disband  the fucker already. I respect genuine, principled pacifism, and I really do despise unnecessary violence, but what do you do when you’re in the room with a cannibal?”

-Josh Rhodes

Academia’s War Against Free Market Money by Gary North

Should Libertarians Reach Out to the Left? by Anthony Gregory

Barter Your Way to Success by Mike Rogers

Larry Summers: Heavyweight Centrist or Lightweight Leftist? by George Reisman

Right-wingers and Neocons Love Obama’s Cabinet by Jeremy Scahill

Building the U.S. Military Dictatorship

Hutus vs. Tutsis by Murray Rothbard

The Democratic Warfare State by Tom Engelhardt and Frida Berrigan

Star Trek Returns

The Mumbai Attack Eric Marolis interviewed by Scott Horton

Is Obama the Anti-Christ? Rev. Bill Barnwell interviewed by Scott Horton

A Republic, Not an Empire Katrin vanden Heuvel interviewed by Scott Horton

The Cost of Hegemony is Beyond Reach by Paul Craig Roberts

The Rationale of Terror by Pat Buchanan

Get Out Now, or Later by Philip Giraldi

Afghanistan: What’s Our Definition of Victory? by Andrew Bacevich

Torture, Preventive Detention and the Terror Trials by Andy Worthington

De Facto Junta? by Jeff Huber

Force Bush to Testify About Pardons by Bruce Fein

Mumbai Massacre May Sink Bush-Obama Strategy by Tony Karon

Kafka Has a Rival by John Pilger

Secretary Clinton and the Middle East by Joshua Frank

The Curious Retention of Robert Gates by David Corn

The Decline and Rise of the Alternative Right by Paul Gottfried

Bailout Bonanza by Peter Schiff

Clinton in the Cabinet  by Richard Spencer

Pick on an Unstable Troll, and to the Hoosegow You May Go by Mona

The Economic Costs of Government-Subsidized Roads by Rad Geek

The Christian Anarchism of Ammon Hennacy from The Picket Line

Better Cover Up Your Own Graffiti by Rad Geek

The Mythology of the War on Terrorism by William Blum

Mexico’s Drug War Goes Down In Flames by John Ross

Operation Redskin Removal by Steve Conn

Every Feminist’s Nightmare? by Thomas DiLorenzo

Afraid to Debate by Walter Block

The Persecution of Plaxico Burress by Johnny Kramer

Will the Obama Regime Murder Persians? by Tom Engelhardt and Robert Dreyfuss

What Happened in Mumbai? by Bill Lind

The Big Three Have Enough Cash to Spend on Lobbyists

“God Trumps the State Every Time” Laurence Vance interviewed by the Christian Liberty Party

The Hate Crimes Racket

The Cops Won’t Protect You (Duh?)

The Pope Endorses Classical Liberalism

Left Turn Ahead by Dylan Hales

Saying No to War Tom Woods interviewed by Scott Horton

Confronting the Terrorist Within Chris Hedges interviewed by Scott Horton

“I’m Still Tortured by What I Saw in Iraq” Matthew Alexander interviewed by Scott Horton

Obama’s Choice of Hillary Clinton Signals He’s Not Antiwar by Thomas Eddlem

Obama’s First 100 Days by Nat Hentoff

The Mumbai Attacks: More Than Meets the Eye by Jeremy Hammond

What’s Wrong With the U.S. Military? by Andrew Cockburn

20,000 Troops to be Deployed in the United States by William Jasper

Kafka Has a Rival-The British Foreign Office Lectures Us on Human Rights by John Pilger

Will Obama Stay the Course? by Robert Scheer

A Public Accounting for Post-911 Abuses by Joanne Mariner

For Bush-and Obama-a Gut Check by Scott Ritter

The Meaning of Mumbai by Justin Raimondo

National Anarchists-The Quest to Confusion

In Praise of McCarthyism by Justin Raimondo

And We Will Make the Muslims Love Us! by Richard Spencer

For Some Secular Women’s Rights Defenders, the Secularism Comes First by Dain Fitzgerald

Left Conservatism or Just Plain Left? by Larry Gambone

Shawn Wilbur on Counter-Development Strategy by Rad Geek

Who Will Seize the Opportunity? by Ralph Nader

Message to Obama: Stop Killing Afghanis by Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould

Police Officer Speaks Out Against Taser

Calling All Hatewatchers

Conservatives-The Stupid Party? by Larry Gambone

Don’t Turn Your Back on the Wolfpack by Rad Geek

“Thou Shalt Not Crucify Labor on this Cross of Paper Money” by Antal E. Fekete

How Do You Define Progress? by Tim Lee

News Program on Semco

An Agorist Primer by Brad Spangler

Book Review: Cyber Conflict and Global Politics by Kevin Carson

Greek to Us: The Death of Classical Education and Its Consequences by E. Christian Kopff

Barack’s Hawks by Pat Buchanan

Washington Arrogance Has Fomented a Muslim Revolution by Paul Craig Roberts

Honeymoans From the Left by Alexander Cockburn

Slouching Towards a Depression? by Peter Morici

Pakistan Nears the Breaking Point by Peter Lee

Tommy Chong, the Unanticipated Warrior by Norm Kent

In Prison My Whole Life

The Great Society: A Libertarian Critique by Murray N. Rothbard

Creating Liberty One Rifleman at a Time by William Buppert

The Lost City of the Cloud People

A Cop, A Dog, A Gun: Guess the Ending by Lew Rockwell

Pat Robertson’s Evil Twin by Laurence Vance

A Loud Silence by Justin Raimondo

From Colony to Superpower by Doug Bandow

Who Are the Taliban? by Anand Gopal and Tom Engelhardt

Bush Bailout for Rumsfeld, Torturers May Be Next by Ann Woolner

Keynes Baiting? by Niccolo Adami

Taking Down the White Coat Priesthood by Rad Geek

Our Semi-Soviet Surveillance State by Fred Reed

U.S. Collective Dictatorship Enlarges by Mike Rozeff

Health Fears Go Up in SmokeÂ

The Empire Weakens America Andrew Bacevich interviewed by Scott Horton

FBI Sting in OKC Bombing Jesse Trentadue interviewed by Scott Horton

Obama’s Plan Doesn’t End the Iraq Occupation by Jeremy Scahill

What Change? by Chuck Baldwin

America: A Pyramid of Ostriches by John Zmirak

How to Help the Homeless

Amsterdam to be Giulanized?

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